X PRIZE Founder Peter Diamandis is attempting to raise $200 million for a new venture capital fund that will target exponential technology companies, according to a regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Diamandis is co-founder of the Singularity University, which focuses on exponential technology development.
The filing for Bold Capital Partners, L.P., lists three other executives involved in the limited partnership. They include:
- Teymour Boutros-Ghali, co-founder and managing partner of Monitor Ventures. A nephew of former United Nations Secretary General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, he was founder and CEO of AllBusiness (acquired by NBC), Zowie Intertainment (sold to LEGO), and Thrive Online (acquired by AOL).
- Neal Bhadkamkar, co-founder and managing partner of Monitor Ventures. Bhadkamkar previously served as VP of Manufacturing and Engineering at Zowie Intertainment and headed up the commercialization process at Interval Research, which is Paul Allen’s research and commercialization company.
- Emilio Diez Barroso, a Mexican-American businessman who is chairman and CEO of NALA Investments, which has holdings in communications, energy, transportation, consumer products, real estate, technology and media.